Small Block Chevy Rotating Assembly, 383 Flat Top-.110 Inch, 5.7 Rod
350 Chevy Small Block V8, 383 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 mains Main Journal Style
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Speedway introduces rotating assembly engine rebuild kits, with an optional balance job. Includes 2-pc rear main seal cast steel crank, rods and pistons. Cranks are new so they use standard size bearings.
All balancing is done with our state-of-the-art Hines balancer by race mechanics with over 30 years of experience! A kit purchased with the optional balance job will ship in 24-48 hours.
NOTE: Piston rings are not included and must be purchased separately.
Ring style: A
C/R 58cc=10.9, 64cc=10.2, 76cc=9.1
Piston/Pin Weight: 594 g
Rod Length: 5.7"
- Speedway Cast Steel Crankshaft
- Two-piece rear main
- 80-60-06 cast steel construction
- Fatigue-resistant with near forged steel endurance
- Standard size journals
- Speedway 5140 I-Beam Claimer Connecting Rods
- 5140 heat treated steel
- Shot peened and magnafluxed
- 5.7" length
- Press pin
- 646 grams
- KB Signature Series Hypereutectic Claimer Pistons
- Coated skirts
- Wrist pin lock rings
- T-5 hypereutectic construction
- Can be used with press fit or floating wrist pins
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway 383 Chevy Crankshaft, Two-Piece MainPart # 91515383Qty x 1
Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Press PinPart # 91015327Qty x 1
KB Claimer Chevy 383 Hypereutectic Pistons, .110 Dish, 5.7 RodPart # 4749912Qty x 1
King HP Series Chevy 350/400 Large Journal Engine Rod Bearings, StdPart # 910807HP-STDQty x 1
King MB 557HP HP Series Chevy 350 Large Journal Main BearingsPart # 910557HP-STDQty x 1
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